Add Thunderbird Station to your weekend brunch rotation.

The Deep Ellum spot, housed in one of Dallas’ oldest buildings, just expanded its menu to cater to brunch-going neighbors. It’s owned by Kim Finch, the woman behind Single Wide and Double Wide.

Find the full brunch menu online. Here are a few highlights:

  • The changa of champs: It’s a bacon, egg and cheese breakfast burrito that’s fried until crispy and golden brown. Neighbors have the option to “make it deluxe” for $3, adding cheese sauce, tomato, green onion, jalapeños, onions and sour cream.
  • Frito pie and egg
  • Sloppy Jolene and egg: A vegan sloppy joe with an egg, served with hash browns
  • Sticky shifters: Cinnamon Toast Crunch French toast sticks with syrup and house-made vanilla-cinnamon whipped cream

Thunderbird has also created a brunch drink menu, complete with mimosas, a mojito, a Campari Ferrari and a list of other specialty cocktails.

Brunch will be served noon-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. Thunderbird Station is located at 3400 Commerce St.

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